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FAQ

  • Are all cylindrical ELECTRONICON capacitors certified to UL standard?

  • Can I transport and store oil-filled capacitors?

  • Do all capacitors of ELECTRONICON comply with RoHS and REACH?

  • Do capacitors in MKP technology have a limited shelf life?

  • Does ELECTRONICON use any materials originating from Conflict Areas?

  • How are the routine test voltages defined under IEC 61071_E?

  • How can I measure the loss factor and other key values of capacitors?

  • How can power electronics capacitors by ELECTRONICON be identified and traced?

  • How does the BAM work What rules do I have to obey?

  • How is the flammability of materials used in capacitors of the E59 Series?

  • How shall I interprete the FIT Rates stated by ELECTRONICON for its capacitors?

  • Is it possible to manufacture capacitors with a very narrow tolerance band?

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  • What are the effects of altitude on the electrical characteristics of the capacitors?

  • What independent type tests have been carried out on ELECTRONICON PFC capacitors?

  • What is the failure mode of box type capacitors under over voltage, short circuit, thermal overload?

  • What is the flashing point, thermal disintegration and ignition temperature of Polypropylene?

  • What is the shelf Life of ELECTRONICON film capacitors?

  • What procedures apply to capacitors which are subject to German Export Control regulations?

  • What s`hall I do in the event of a transportation damage?

  • Why are ELECTRONICON’s capacitors approved to NRTL?

  • Why are filter capacitors of the E62-3ph and E62-3HF series not equipped with discharge resistors?

  • Why are the materials of ELECTRIONICON reactors rated insulation class B or F as standard, unlike many competitors’ products which are often rated class H?

  • Why does ELECTRONICON prefer FIT-rate statements over the statement of lifetime?

  • Why have you changed the maximum current rating of the capacitors in the E62-3ph range?